Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Calgary
Created after oil boom of 70’s Downtown attracts shoppers to the Eau Claire Market, it's south side. Night owls can expect a lot of fun at the Epcor Centre for the Performing Arts and Olympic Plaza.
One of the most affluent neighborhoods in Calgary, the 17th Avenue offers a cluster of lounges, bars, and restaurants. The area is also home to the Calgary Flames, a National Hockey League team.
A quaint gathering of low-rise buildings where shops and restaurants are still housed in old homes or ancient 3-story brick buildings, the Mission/Cliff Bungalow displays its own unique old charm.
The oldest neighborhood in Calgary, Inglewood is an excellent place to explore historic buildings. Some of the buildings are given on rent while some are not occupied.
In the fast-paced life of Calgary, the village of Kensington welcomes visitors with low-key restos and pubs. It’s an excellent place for walking on foot and exploring the beauty.